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They are going to tailor their online personas to meet your needs." Velasquez adds that scammers aren't just after your money.
They might also be after your identity credentials or other personally identifying information.
"If someone is too close too soon, immediately professing true love, if they are available all the time and responding immediately to every message, that should be a big red flag," says Velasquez.If they tell you information about what they do or what businesses they run, look into them to make sure they're real.Run their profile pictures through a reverse-image search on Tin Eye or Google Images.Typically you are paid a false commission to facilitate money transfers through your account or you are a asked to open a new bank account.Example: You get a check in the mail with a job offer as a secret shopper (first alert - real employers don’t just send you money).
Here are steps you can follow to protect yourself from unscrupulous fraudsters in your search for love.